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back to '91 where his wife sought a divorce. she wrote, he start add using me, i did not take his gun, but he did not believe me. allman says she was jealous of his new relationship. yesterday morning he was discovered in sunnyvale. >> all three deputies at the scene fired shots and the subject was pronounced dead at the scene. >> reporter: the meeting going on inside the town hall is open and it could go two hours, four hours, it is being given to the company by the city of cupertino, take their time and get the job done. david louie is here. if some members of the kaiser family want to talk about what happened up there he will have that tonight at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >> >> oakland police have arrested a suspect in a robbery and shooting that left a woman seriously wounded and closed part of 580 for three hours yesterday. a gunman shot a woman in the legs after she refused to give up her purse. the shooter drove off, crashed on the 580 trance ramp and took off on -- on foot. chp searched the freeway causing major traffic delays for hours no word where the
're at rock bottom. at 1100, as low as i ever want to see us go. >> reporter: police provided evidence and would have recommended murder charges if moreno was still alive. nbc bay area news. >>> it was a big day on capital hill, not because of the economy or jobs but progress stemming from san bruno. senator barbara boxer continued the fight to make gas lines saver. she described what happened in san bruno last year as an absolute horror. vicki has been following the story. how significant was today? >> reporter: huge, raj. today's hearing comes hours after the senate unanimous vote to regulate the pipe industry. senator boxer said the deadly explosion in san bruno was entirely preventable and pg&e and regulators missed multiple opportunities to catch the failure in that pipeline. to its credit, pg&e told lawmakers it hired a former ntsb chairman to oversee the massive changes. jim hall will report directly to them about the progress. the company is aware it needs to modernize its system and set now standards for operational and public safety. the new laws call for automatic and remote
. christin ayers shows us the celebrity who drew boos with the mere mention of the mayor's name. >> reporter: and dana, that celebrity is filmmaker michael moore. he was out here speaking to this crowd which has swelled to hundreds in the past couple of hours. this group is on their nightly general assembly meeting and planning a general strike next week against banks and other corporations. >> reporter: the crowd of provide testers swelled friday as michael moore took center stage in support of a movement that took on a life of its own. at the mere mention of jean quan's name. >> i sent her an email asking if we could speak. >> boo! >> police departments and police unions across the country supporting the "occupy" movement in their towns. albany, new york a beautiful example. the governor told them to remove the people and the police said, we don't consider that part of police work. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the mayor was in this press conference within earshot of the crowd explaining why she suddenly flip-flopped this week backing down from the crackdown that she authorized in
very sad. >> reporter: the latest u.s. census numbers show 111,000 indian americans now live in santa clara county, one of the fastest growing populations in the south bay. some in the indian american community speculate they may be targets because the price of gold is high. today is went for more than $1621 an ounce. and indians tend to buy good quality gold. >> you generally won't find people buying 18 karat gold, because it's also investment. >> reporter: an investment police say people need to do more to protect. fremont police say they have definitely seen an increase in burglary. they suggest you keep the jewelry in a safe at home or in a safe deposit box. nbc bay area news. >> good advice. thank you so much. >>> 67-year-old l.a. county map is lucky to be alive tonight after his car plummeted off a mountain road into a ravine. his own children used technology and determination to find him themselves and begin his rescue. garvin thomass has the story. >> i thought i heard a voice and i said hello, and i screamed down there, and then someone said help. >> reporter: that someone wa
>> -- being hijacked by people who want to get rich and say some people are using medical marijuana. >>> the fed said this is not about backyard grows, this about commercial growing operations and retail stores making a profit. the u.s. attorney for northern california says she is specifically concerned about stores that also operate near schools and parks and ball feels and cities like oakland and san francisco that have ordinances allowing dispensaries, the feds say they are going after commercial operations both civilly and criminally. >> this is probably a shot across the bow by the federal government letting everybody now wait a minute, just remember there is still federal violations, the federal government does have authority to act here and intends to. >> former u.s. attorney said some believe state law has given everyone a free pass when it comes to medical marijuana and that has never been the case but people we talk to say when it comes to the battle, those in oakland say they have a hard time siding with the feds. >> i believe more in state and local law and not federal l
to finds a gunman killing three people outside of a warehouse party. kraig debro joins us with what happened and what we are learning about the young victims, kraig debro. >> reporter: we are trying to talk to police this morning it all happened early sunday morning at a party at warehouse right after that party ended as a matter of fact. the warehouse is located in the industrial section of town but police say the organizers of the party did not have a permit but they may not have needed one. police say it was promoted on the web and 150 people were leaving when gunfire erupted. police say it was about 1:20 a.m. and the parties to the door of the -- the doors to the warehouse were even locked. >> that is when the victims were approached by two one men on -- two gunmen on foot and shot multiple rounds at the victims and they fled in an unknown direction. >> reporter: a 19-year-old girl had been admitted to the state university had died. and another girl was also killed, three others were wounded and conditions were not known but they tell us whether or not they are looking into whet
removed from city hall yesterday. but as kit shows us, the occupy demonstrators were back at it again tonight. >> occupy san jose is not as big as san francisco or oakland, but it is just as defiant. >> are you ready to get arrested again? >> if that's necessary to take action, i have to do so. >> 12 hours after san jose police swooped in and cleaned up all the tent, they were up again. jerome mills just posted bail and got this tent back from the evidence room and he wasted no time in putting it right back where it was. >> how can you afford to keep getting arrested? >> i'm on unememployment right now. between my rent and insurance, i don't have a lot of money. there are friends that support me, but they can't camp. >> this is the same spot at 3:00 this morning after city workers cleaned it bare. police arrested eight people, but let roy sharyl go. >> the only reason they didn't arrest me is because they don't know how to deal with me in the wheelchair. >> the protesters violated an ordinance that bans camping on city property and say there have been complaints of urinating
into law is designed to protect teenagers from skin cancer. kara joins us live to talk about new tanning bed restrictions and why it is landmark legislation. >> reporter: that is because california is the first state to ban minors from using tanning beds. texas has a law for kids under the age of 162. california is the first to set the higher age limit. 28million people use tanning beds each year. 2million of them are teenagers. research shows those using the tanning beds before the age of 20 double the risk of developing melanoma. more than 8,000 new cases of melanoma will be diagnosed in california just this year. the golden state had previously banned minors under the age of 14 but allowed those between 14 and 18 to use the beds with parental consent. if everyone knew the true dangers of tanning beds they would be shocked. we are going to talk to tanning bed owners to see what they think of the law and see what the alternatives are for the teens. live in san francisco, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san jose police plan to release the names of the victims in a double homicide. kraig is in
of the iraq war. one of the most divisive conflicts in u.s. history. president says all-american troops will be withdrawn from the countries by year's end. the war and build-up to it sparked a number of mass demonstrations like this one in san francisco. and this garden of white crosses in lafayette protesting more than 4400 lives lost in the war. mark matthews with reaction to the president's decision from all sides. >> reporter: they say the president confided weeks ago that today's announcement was coming. >> we learned for several weeks now that, in fact, this would be the case. again we have been in close contact with the white house. >> zhee says she reminded the president of a resolution to cut off funding for the war. but it was iraq's decision to refuse immunity to u.s. troops that left the president no choice. stanford center on democracy. >> if you can exempt american troops from being liable to be tried in iraqi courts under iraqi law, we can't stay there under that circumstance. that is not a condition we can accept anywhere in the world. >> in early 2004, professor larry d
's weapon. at that point, two backup officers exchanged gunfire with the armed suspect, who was using the service revolver he had taken from the initial officer. >> and those officers spotted the suspect, engaged him with gunfire. the first officer that was attacked was able to make it back into his patrol car, drive down to where the suspects was fleeing and together the three officers were able to actually take the suspect back into custody. >> reporter: as a precaution, authorities ordered a lockdown of nearby del mar high school. residents say they were shocked to hear gunshots and had no idea what was going on. >> i was right there and i heard a pow and they pow, pow, pow, pow, pow. >> we heard the shots. it must have been about five shots. i mean, they were pretty loud. i didn't know if it was a car backfiring or not. but my husband had just came in the house pulled in and we heard the shots and i told him, don't go it work right now. just wait until we find out what's going on. >> reporter: back to a live picture here on lee avenue in san jose. as you can see, more than six hou
" a very ominous survey on the economy that can really affect each and every one of us. a vast majority of economists surveyed says a whooping eight out of ten businesses say the economy will grow only slightly this year, just 2% or less. that is simply not enough for job growth. jon: the very same survey by the national association for business economics finds companies are not hiring because of sluggish growth projections. 29% of respondents say they expect employment will increase in the next six months. that is the lowest number in nearly two years. but there is even more troubling news as 12% of those businesses polled say the labor market will weaken even more. and that is a big problem given that our national unemployment rate is stuck at more than 9%. jenna: those are the prediction. here is another report, it's far from the only kind of warning we have on the economic front. new fears today about another debt downgrade for the united states. that could happen, according to some reports, within the next month. elizabeth mcdonald with the fox business network is live with the det
students are using their cell phones for a grade. >>> even though it feels like summer, time has come to arm yourself for the flu season. we will show you how, update news starts now. >>> the school of journalism and mass communications at san jose university, what's happening with a fresh per perspective on today's issues. you are watching update new. >> >> hello and welcome. >> thank you for joining us. >> imagine the population of 1 million people sharing one library. this could become a reality in san jose, even though five unis this week offered pension reduction frs current and future employees. why the budget deficit may force all public libraries to close their doors. >> reporter: behind me is a dr. king library which serves both the city and san jose state. but soon it may be the only library standing for public to the service because of testify budget short fall: itit could be as much as $115 million. >> we might be able to only keep open the main library which we operate jointly with san jose state. offering community services is neces
of the injuries warranted being transported by helicopter. >> joining us on the telephone is dave carbon, he was right in the area when the train crashed, just camping nearby. dave, give us a little about your vantage point and what you saw. >> well, i was out here fishing and i heard a train go by like normal. and we heard a sound like we would never forget and we ran over there and saw the wreck. >> what did it look like? >> the trailer looked like a bomb went off. it was in a million pieces. the rear wheels were at least 150 yards away down the tracks. there was corn feed all over the place. >> right now you're at the scene. in terms of injuries and all the ambulances, we're seeing the video now. can you describe what you're seeing of the injured people on board? >> the police made us back up, but i've seen ambulances coming and going since the accident. a couple i believe were helicoptered out. >> and one last question, how close are you camping? where is your camp site in relation to this accident? >> i'm close enough that after i heard the crash hit, i ran over there and the corn that
>>> a big announcement from the president today about the war in iraq, when the majority of u.s. troops will be leaving and how many will stay behind. >>> officers in one bay area city move in on occupy protesters while another city orders demonstrators to clear out. >>> then what lengths a suspected car thief went to in the east bay to get away from police. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us at 11:00. i'm marla tellez. jon kelley is off today. we begin in oakland, where the city has ordered protesters to clear one of two occupy camps, but the order did not come with a date or a time. and protesters say they aren't leaving anyway. nbc bay area's christie smith is live, near the camp, outside city hall. christie, any idea if or when police may be moving in? >> well, you know, i can tell you that it hasn't happened so far, but i have seen protesters walking around, some of them with this note to vacate in their hand, reading it. the list of problems that the city has with this tent city up in front of franco gallo plaza. the problems are clearly outlined and so is the -- t
salon. they have remodeled. will they be able to use them because this new law makes california the first step to ban minors from using tanning beds. nearly 28 million people use tanning beds in the us each year. researchers say those who used tanning beds before the age of 20 double their risk of developing melanoma, melanoma being the number one cancer killer of young women between 21 and 30. >> i'm all about preserving your skin and being healthy from the start. so i'm actually, i support the law definitely. >> reporter: the golden state had previously banned minors under the age of 14 but allowed those between 14 and 18 to use the beds if the parents said it was okay. we are going to talk to tanning bed salon owners and see what they think of the new law. would you believe that avid tanning is more popular in affluent areas particularly in southern california where there are more tanning salons than starbucks coffee shops. >>> the first vote on president obama's job bill can come in the senate tomorrow. at 6:15 we'll have a live report with why president obama says milliona
president joe biden what steps the u.s. is ready to take now against iran. >>> mitt romney looks like the republican frontrunner, once again, with a key endorsement from governor chris christie and a confident display at last night's gop debate. >> the american people in a financial crisis they're in, they need someone who can create jobs and i do. >> more from the republican showdown in new hampshire early this wednesday morning, october showdown in new hampshire early this wednesday morning, october 12th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. welcome to "early show" here on a wednesday morning. i'm chris wragge. >> i'm erica hill. the new terror warning. this after the arrest of a u.s. citizen accused of plotting iran's first terror attack on american soil. bob orr is in washington this morning with the very latest for us. bob, good morning. >> good morn, erica. a bombshell case signaling new trouble with iran. the obama administration is accusing iranian agents of financing a scheme to deliver a top saudi diplomat inside the u.s. the plot targeting saudi's ambassador to
californians took part in the largest earthquake drill in u.s. history today, from school kids to adults and the san francisco mayor. the drill was called the great shakeout. the tech museum hosted several schools for the simulations. the method was to drop, cover and hold on. you see the kids doing it. at 10:20 this morning dozens of students took place in the statewide drill. they did other hands-on activities and learned more about how to react to a major earthquake. it's part of the museum's earthquake week. it was a great reminder as we prepare for the next big quake, so the question is, when is it coming? seismologists say there's a 99% chance of a 6.7 or stronger earthquake somewhere in california in the next 30 years. >> we cannot predict when they will occur or exactly where in a given time. we're not there yet, but we're working on it. >> not there yet. seismic technology and monitoring have improved greatly over the years but there's no definitive way to accurately predict earthquakes. >>> new tonight at 6:00, scary, that's how a police veteran officer described the calls that
using the tanning beds. but the owner of this salon does not allow them in here anyway so she's not concerned. she says state regulators have been tracking down on tanning bed use since the 1980s. >>> we've had problems in the tanning industry from tan hopping. they will go from one salon to the other and there's no way for us to regulate that. >> reporter: so a new law signed by jerry brown banning minors from tanning beds is no surprise. >> kids will be kids. i think intervention is fine. >> reporter: kids have been able to fake bake if their parents say it's okay but come with this new law, you have be tole 18. >> you have to be 18 to vote. you have to be 18 to tan. >> i grew up in washington state where we didn't see a lot of sun. i would go to the tanning salons, but if i could go back, i wouldn't do it. >> reporter: researchers say those who use tanning beds before they are 20 have a greater chance of developing me lin know ma -- melanoma. do you think there's pressure to look tan -- >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: now, if salons violate these new laws, san franc
protesters and police got ugly. not even news crews were spared as they used tear gas to break up the crowd. >> i think it's obvious the oakland police department is lying through their teeth about exactly what went down. >> reporter: today demonstrators showed off some of the devices they say were used on them, including bean bags, tear gas canisters and rubber bullets. >> watching my brothers and sisters in the street running from the government, shooting at them and attacking them. i sort of feel strange today. >> reporter: demonstrators held a vigil outside the plaza for a man they say was critically injured in last night's protest. this man says he got hit with a rubber bullet when he tried helping the veteran who he says was hit by a tear gas canister. >> i know there's a lot of angry people out there and everything. but there's peaceful people too. and you don't have to hurt us, you know? i've never done anything to anyone. >> there's a huge community people built right now. they think fences and police officers and batons and weapons are going to break that up on? it's only going to
. that policy prohibits them from using rubber bullets, and includes strict guidelines for the use of tear gas. >> you cannot go to a demonstration, be non-violent and then get yourself beaten or shot. that's what we're criticizing in egypt, tunisia and libya, and it's not appropriate there and it's not appropriate here. >> that's one of the things we're looking at. we're looking at did somebody else bring that in? did they not hear the rules, what we could have done to make sure in these mutual assistance packs that rules are followed. >> reporter: a tv spot criticizing the mayor and the city of oakland is airing in the bay area as folks across the country express their outrage. >> i hope they bring the telephone system down in city hall, with so many telephone calls and e-mails. it's appropriate that we stand behind in solidarity with all these people that are out here. >> reporter: and we are back here live, you can see once again hundreds of demonstrators have gathered here at fran frank ogawa plaza, continuing talks for a general strike which will take place next wednesday, that is a city
elementary school. thanks for joining us. i'm raj mathai. >> i'm jessica aguire. an east bay father is not waiting to find out after a nasty and threatening note was left on the desk in walnut creek. the school said they are investigating, but parents are questioning whether they are really doing enough. live in walnut creek and how seriously are police taking this threat? >> reporter: they are taking it very sourcely and investigating what happened on friday. parents were giving this letter simply saying a threatening derogatory note was passed to a fifth grade student by fellow students and the victim said however they didn't respond fast enough. >> very hurtful for my daughter. she is only 11 years old. >> it was an anonymous note left on griffin's daughter's desk in walnut creek. >> the n word was used. threats to get their father's gun and come to school and shoot and kill my daughter. >> griffin said it included a drawing of his daughter being shot. >> there was actually a diagram written. stick figures with my daughter getting shot by a gun. then a message underneath it too.
in oakland that learned they'll be closing at the end of the school year. the district is telling us there may be more closures to come. i'll have that story coming up. >>> the east bay braces for another round of aftershocks after an early morning jolt rattles the bay area landmark. the news at 11:00 starts now. redell. fur. >> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm ma latte easiest. >> i'm jon kelley. the question is, was this a big-time win for occupy protests in san francisco and a loss for mayor ed lee or was it merely a training exercise? >> san francisco police suit up in riot gear and get foo formation but tn they go home quietly. >> this morning protesters still camping out at justin herman plaza where bob redell has been all morning. he joins us with a look what happened overnight. bob, what is going on right now? >> john and marla, we spoking with police a short while ago and they tell us there never was any plans overnight to shutdown occupy sf's campsite here at justin herman plaza, a site they have occupied the past two weeks. those 200 police officers we took p
. good morning, everybody. thanks for being with us. i'm mara tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. this morning, moammar gadhafi, one of the longest serving dictators in the world is now dead, killed in his hometown after months in hiding. >> the news confirmed by libya's prime minister is changing the landscape of the country and impacting politics throughout the world. we are waiting for a special report any minute from the nation's capital, but first, nbc bay area's steve handles it man is live in washington, d.c. this morning with the latest on the capture and death of gadhafi. >> marla, and jon. good day to you. here in washington, any moment now, president obama will come out into the rose garden at the white house, no doubt to not only confirm that the u.s. government now officially is saying that moammar gadhafi is dead, but to comment on it because in the view of many worldwide, the dictator is gone because of what barack obama did, and there's satisfaction here in washington today because a limited u.s. role, a limited u.s. military role seems to have come to a satisfactory conclusion
uncertain and nervous when we got here telling us we needed to be near something we could duck behind in case he came out shooting. he was last seen in this hp parking lot behind me that is cupertino where he tried to carjack a woman, he shot her, she is in the hospital in fair condition, he didn't get her car, they den know. then he was last seen run -- they don't know why. then he was last seen running across the street into a sunnyvale neighborhood. for several hours been doing yard to yard searches with guns drawn and fingers on the trigger. they don't know for sure he's here. they say they will never know unless they look. they've ordered a shelter in place so residents are in the middle of this. many say it is terrifying. they became involved when they first heard the attempted carjacking in the hp parking lot. some told us they were willing to talk about it, they didn't want give their name. some didn't want to show their face. >> i heard three gunshots. i thought it was a car backfiring. then my wife said cars don't backfire three times. then i thought maybe the transformer ex
. reach out to us on facebook and we'll see you tomorrow . stay tuned for the news at 4:00. bye-bye. pp >>> a tense situation at herman plaza as they fear a police eviction for a second night in a war. >> meanwhile, across the bay, the iranian hikers support the demonstrators in oakland. i'm dan ashley. we have reporters on both sides of the bay covering the occupied movement. lilian kim is live in san francisco but we're going to start in oakland. they got a big morale boost today? >> yes, they did. the message got drowned out after police almost shut down the occupy oakland camp out here. it all started after protestor's dog bit on tv reporter. there was angry words exchanged. >> the presence of police on the plaza in front of city hall drew a crowd of angry demonstrators. more officers arrived and tensions escalated and they prepared for the worst. but police tolerated the jeers and chose to stand down. >> it is an occupation. so we respect this as a public space but no longer under the authority. >> they turned on the media saying they didn't have a right to shoot video on public pr
with many different issues. and wayne freedman joins us with more. wayne? >> we're standing on this sidewalk filled with protesters. now, a couple saw the camera and saw we're live. earlier today public opinion. >> on a quiet street and seemingly many causes, claudia carried one plain sign seeming to summarize everything. >> we need you to do what we elected to you do. >> if we heard that once, we can hear it 100 times from the unemployed, medical marijuana advocates. >> i want him to live up to what he said in the campaign. >> for the record, some people paid $35,000 for an audience with the president today. these people with passion, and on this corner the president never saw or heard them. >> this is free speech. this is something people believe in. >> when elected he said i need to you force me to get it done, here i am. >> so baigs -- based on reaction, it could be safe to say for the president, honeymoon is definitely over, if this were a marriage they'd be saying we love you but we need to talk. reporting live in downtown san francisco, abc 7 news. >> thank you, wayne. there is a lot
at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two amtrak trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exactly this happened. for now alan wang repo
protesters do not want us inside their camp. >> mitt romney, you hired illegals. >> which candidates scored some points in the republican debate. >>> and a speed bump for president barack obama's bus tour, the items stolen from his bus. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 news... >>> well,good morning to you welcome to wednesday, it is october 19th, i am dave clark. we begin with breaking news in san francisco, a huge crash involving a burning truck and several cars causing big delays on highway 101, even the bay bridge, sal has details on what is happening right now. >>> this is breaking news in san francisco, as we are getting more daylight, we are seeing 101 is shut down and it is still shut down this crash occurred just before 5:00 a.m. where a truck overturned and collided with several other vehicles and burst into flames. i want to show you a picture from one of our crews on the freeway, this is southbound 101 completely shut down, and that's the command post there, fire crews are attended people who are injured and it looks like one of the persons who are involved. a lot of police officers i
't really talking to us about what they were talking and then eventually told us they weren't going to tell us. >> why isn't anybody talking to police? >> first of all we're in the business of saving lives. it's not our business to arrest people. >> reporter: he says it would compromise their mission on the streets. but not everyone likes that logic. >> if they're not going to participate with the police officers, how is the community going to do it? that's the wrong message. >> reporter: we asked several times to ask to the director of this program and he simply said he was not available. i spoke to the city manager and says there are no official plans to penalize the program or disband it. eric rasmussen. >>> new information tonight about the police response to a bold theft at an oakland pawnshop. we showed you the surveillance video last night of a man stealing a $2,000 gold chain. the manager told us police didn't respond to his repeated calls until ktvu aired the video. this morning the manager said police did come by and pick up a copy of the video. investigators say our stories led t
and yards that we're paying closer attention, people are giving us information. we'll send team there's to try to locate him. >> not far from almond's car was found, investigators located a rifle. >> i knew he had a gun. i didn't know he had a collection of gun autos michelle says he's a friend of his. >> he has too much to live for. for him to snap is out of character as long as i've known him for him to act like this. >> neighborhood search began after a woman was shot during an attempted car jacking in the parking lot of an hp building. witses say the suspect matching the description ran into the neighborhood. >> i heard three gunshots. then, my -- then, we started to hear siren autos at one point, police searched a play structure in a neighborhood park and surrounded a bathroom where it appeared the suspect might have been. those who live nearby were told to shelter in place. >> unsettling not knowing what's happening. so we called on neighbors to make sure they're okay. >> and this is a live picture here, and you can see two police officers armed and have been here all day. cars
the news conference and he joins us live from oakland tonight with the details. >>reporter: despite what happened last night mayor quan is adamant about speaking with the protesters. take a look at them behind me, one says they will maintain a minimal police presence. she says this has turned into a complex situation and she wants the plaza to remain peaceful. the mayor still does not want the protesters camping out in front of city hall. first to hear from the men and in the city administrator carol boyd. >> i heard it in the camp last night that we wanted to support the movement on the of--the other hand you want to keep people safe. so when we moved it is on a day-to- day basis in the day to day accessment. >> last night we issued ground rules for the plaza. we have certain requirements certain minimal standards to maintain public health and safety. that has been one of our main concern to all along. these primarily are fire safety we have to have access to the public safety personnel to address medical emergencies, fire emergencies, we need to have police able to patrol. if they ca
, drugs or violence and protesters use the porta potty provided near city hall. jade hernandez. >>> san francisco demonstrators are still out tonight at the occupy encampment in justin herman plaza. the encampment can stay for now. there hasn't been much of a police presence this weekend. mayor ed lee says the city is working with protest leaders to try to keep the site clean and safe. something the protesters are agreeing to do. >> they're going to come up with a resolution to make this camp workable. i don't know how long it's going to last. >> reporter: the group has several peaceful events planned for this week including a march and rally thursday in conjunction with the global protest of the g20 summit. >>> buddhist monks were among a diverse group that joined the protest in san jose. the group is on a walk to stop nuclear war but lended its sport to the protesters. meanwhile shean oconnelly is still perched atop city hall. >>> the website claims to be mayor quan's official site however her office says it is not. one posting on the website is a fictitious letter proportedly from qu
novel. how the u-s got the best of the mastermind. "here in china i really think i can get in with a company as they begin to expand. "." and: why some are looking for the american dream over seas. good evening i'm dana king. and i'm ken bastida. he is out of here. oakland police chief anthony batts has had enough. it's hardly been a secret that he and mayor quan don't see eye to eye. today he laid out his frustrations. but as robert lyles shows us, batts wasn't alone. why did chief batts step down as plot that reads like a movie script. the u-s government says an elite wing of iran's military --responsible for past terror attacks.. tried to hire a mexican drug cartel hitman to assassinate the saudi ambassador in washington. the prime suspect is this man: mansoor arbab-seer. he was charged in federal court in new york today. he has duel citizenship in iran and the u.s. bob orr on how the plot was uncovered. nns-n restrictions: -this story san francisco's mission district campus is forcing neighbors to shelter-in-place. one student says the evacuation was chaotic. "um, there
>>> good morning, thanks for joining us, i'm carolyn tyler. oakland raiders play in houston this morning. first game without their maverick leader al davis died yesterday at his home he was 82. the raiders released a statement on his website he was an innovator a pioneer with a deep love and passion for the game of football. his contributions to the game are i am numerable, his legacy will endure forever. that legacy has drawn fans to alameda to pay tribute to al davis. abc7's century yeo cantana has more. >> balloons and raiders' jersey. this is what raider nation continue to build. >> i feel like an orphan. i feel like a father of my football team just passed away. >> reporter: the death of al davis has made a rowdy group silent. fans bring flowers and add their signatures to a poster in honor of a man who turned the rough and tumble raiders into more than just a football team. to those devoted fans it's a way of life. >> how long have you been a raider fan, maybe 33 years. >> it's a 50 mile drive from fairfield they made, some decisions by him work with other fans. >> i w
breaker for the obama administration. the nearly 40,000 u.s. troops in iraq right now will come home or be redeployed. only a small group of marines will stay on to secure the u.s. embassy in baghdad. top administration advisors are confident iraq is ready to stand on its own. >> iraq is emerging as a secure stable and self-reliant country. >> reporter: to date, more than 4400 u.s. servicemembers have died in iraq. more than 30,000 others have been injured. the war has cost the u.s. more than $800 billion. there are concerns that pulling troops from iraq will undo all the gains against insurgents. at the white house, danielle nottingham, cbs 5. >>> the war that began with shock and awe in march of 2003 has had a huge impact on the bay area. the night crews missiles were launched against saddam hussein, hundreds in the bay area took to the streets there. were days of protest across san francisco. a california mother became one of the war's most vocal critics. in 2005, cindy sheehan lost her son casey in iraq. she became a galvanizing and polarizing figure. one of the most somber symbo
waking up with us. >> we have mostly clear skies. maybe a few high clouds to the north and patchy fog. overall, it's going to be good to go for sunshine and warmer weather. 70s by the coast. some mid 80s inland. here is sal. >> good morning. right now richmond ran rafael traffic looking pretty good. no major problems this morning on the golden gate bridge. 5:00. let's go back to the desk. >>> he says he had limited control but full accountability. oakland police chief anthony batt stepping down after two years on the job. >> reporter: good morning, mike. it's been less than 24 hours since chief anthony batt is giving up the top cop position here in the city of oakland. as you said, in his resignation letter he mentioned he had limited control while dealing with a lot of bureaucracy. >> no chief wants to be held accountable but doesn't have the power to make a traumatic impact. >> reporter: some felt batt wasn't into the job of oakland police chief. it was mentioned that he was up for the chief job? san francisco and he actually applied for the san jose top cop, which he didn't get
from him as soon as we can but in the men time we have on the phone with us from the contra costa county fire department chief hue henderson. are you there. >> yes. >> i appreciate. tell us what is happening there right now in terms of the injured at least. how many are we dealing with? >>reporter: okay right now is we currently have 35 victims that are complaining of my nor pain to moderate injuries. we have 10 ambulances on scene that we are working on arranging transport to local hospitals with. we are in a rural area out on an island so getting patients moved and stuff right now is been a little tricky but we are working through that right now to make it work. >>reporter: okay chief sounds like all the injuries are minor to moderate. no life threatening injuries or serious noychlt life threatening injuries. the driver of the semi truck was uninjured and all the injuries are, were passengers aboard the amtrak train. >>reporter: okay. chief, before i let you go, any indication of what caused this? do you know a little bit more about it. trum bring the truck was on the
for a murder suspect continues this weekend. armored vehicles, u.s. marshals and s.w.a.t. team members are part of the force looking for 35-year-old aran bachelor much he's accused of killing a fort bragg city councilman and another man. >> there's only one way to solve this right now, and that's to go into the woods in a very dangerous situation and find him and bring him out. >> his father told us off camera he tried to warn officials about his son's mental state two years ago. >>> this morning one girl is dead and two others injured after a stabbing at a los angeles high school. police say the girl was attacked by her ex-boyfriend yesterday. they say he grabbed her in a head lock, began punching her. she died following complications from surgery at a nearby hospital. a teacher and another male student who had stepped in to help were also stabbed. the ex-boyfriend has been booked on suspicion of murder. >>> health officials are hoping to get 200 kid vaccinated so they can get back in school. yesterday those kids were turned away from school because they don't have their whooping cough booster
businesses are sending a message to a couple biggest banks in the country and abc 7 joins us from san jose with the story. >> we're outside city hall, and occupy san jose has a small presence here and there is a unity group laumpbling its own economic strategy. members lined up to send a message to big bank autos today i stand here with the community and in my nine-year rip. >> i am moving $150,000 from wells fargo to a credit union. >> and bank of america, enough. >> a community group is laumpbling the strategy as a way to pressure banks into increasing loan modifications. this church says it's closing two accounts with bank of america and moving $3 million in account activity to a credit union. >> the word spreads. the word will spread. >> bank of america issued a statement to abc 7 saying it was sorry ask surprised to hear the church is unhappy and went on to note it's modified 193,000 mortgages in california since the housing crisis began. as it gains momentum, this group is convinced that this can have an impact on changing policy. >> i feel like they're using my money are not closing
the camps. they destroyed people's properties. they had no reason to do that. >> i saw police using force against citizens. for what? coming here to discuss problem autos the action did intend use of tear gas and rounds. >> there is one that's deployed in order to affect an arrest in an area where we were being pelted with rocks and bottles and kitchen utensils. >> the raids began at 4:30. hundreds of police officers from several agencies warned pro heesters to leave, then removed those who stayed. >> i packed up and left. i saw cops coming and knew we didn't have a chance. >> and those who worked close to city hall were told to delay arriveal. >> nobody can afford to miss a day of work in this economy. >> once police and protesters were gone, crews moved to clean up personal items and tons of garbage left in their wake. city officials made it clear camping will no longer be tolerated and say the plaza will be a place for free speech. >> this city remains committed to free speech as well as public health and safety. >> and we're back live here at 14th and broadway this, is the view lookin
county are here helping as well as the u.s. marshals search for aaron bassler. we're learning an fbi s.w.a.t. team in san francisco told authorities here that they are ready to come up to ft. bragg if needed. despite a massive man hunt several miles away, neighbors who live in the forest off highway 20 wish the whole thing would end. >> for everybody around here just wish he would get wise and give up. do his family a favor. >> reporter: after 35 days, double homicide suspect aaron bassler continues to elude the officers and the deputies looking for him. his only sighting thursday, when he confronted three sheriff deputies and shots were fired. the deputies were not hurt but dogs were sent in today to sniff around in case bassler was hit. >> he ain't got a chance with the cops. you know that yourself. he ain't got a chance to come up here and surrender. >> reporter: bassler is accused of killing matthew coleman. and ft. bragg council man jerry melo. mayor dave turner considered melo a friend. >> we'll forever realize his loss and feel it on a daily, weekly, yearly basis. >> reporter: t
had been tampered with by the time they got to the victim but would not give us any details on how exactly it may have been compromised. one woman who was at the funeral said she and her husband had just left when she heard about the shooting. >> i'm just shocked. i'm really shocked that something would happen because i've known hell's angels and all the other groups for years and years and years and there is a code of ethics. you never do anything at a funeral. i mean, just -- that is completely abominable. >> reporter: police say so far no one has been arrested and they have no suspects. right now they are still working on interviewing witnesses. police say there were 4,000 people at the funeral for pettigrew when the shooting occurred. he was shot last month in a casino in sparks, nevada allegedly by a member of the rival club. the cemetery has been shut down as well as the surrounding streets as i mentioned as investigators gather what evidence they can. live in san jose, kimberly terry, nbc. >> thank you. >>> tens of thousands of people around the world took to the streets tod
voices, especially liberals. and as kristy seifkin tells us, even the protestors themselves are not sure where jean quan stands. >> terrible. if she was a football coach on an nfl team, she would be replaced. >> reporter: willie brown isn't the only one who thinks that mayor quan needs to move along. she has been under constant fire from national media since tuesday's raid. >> seems a little heavy-handed. unless one of the protestors was godzilla. >> mayor quan is left with two choice, she candice miss the acting police chief howard jordan and use her powers to authorize "occupy oakland" to protest again without harassment or having betrayed everything she supported and all those who had supported her, she must resign. >> reporter: and now liberal online media hub moveon.org has started an ad that calls for quan to stop police brutality. >> tell mayor quan and tell her this happens under your watch. >> reporter: protestors aren't holding your breath. >> it's difficult for her? i would say yes. do i expect more from her? no. i really don't. >> reporter: quan skipped speaking to protestors
police department. she will be briefing us in about ten minutes. she did tell me that they do not have the suspect. so far, we'll have an update coming up at 6:00. reporting live in oakland, cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> once again, this is a safety issue and a traffic issue. parts of westbound 580 near the high street exit are closed. we'll continue to follow this story throughout this newscast. 24 hours of terror. a day and night filled with tension and fear. but it's finally over. the man believed to be responsible for yesterday's deadly shootingpree is dead himself. three deputies spotted a person around 7:30 this morning. it wasn't too far from where he tried to carjack a woman yesterday. officers say he was brandishing a gun, and they opened fire on him once he approached them. serious questions remain about what triggered him to kill three people and injure several others. we have reports from multiple angles tonight. jodi hernandez talks to the survivor of a shooting spree. we begin with marianne favro. >> reporter: raj, very just confirmed with the santa clara county coro
: right now, police aren't saying anything. we called the stockton police. they directed us to the san jose police and we have not yet heard back from them. all they said is they are actively pursuing a warrant. but a lot of people are believing that since this is the san jose police, that this is ruiz who is inside the home. also, we don't know if he's inside the home alone. we've heard mixed reports, whether people were able to get people out earlier in the day, or indeed if there are people in the house with ruiz. >> and of course we'll have more on the story for you at 6:30. >>> well, a good samaritan is dead after two crashes this morning on interstate 880 in heyward. the first crash happened on northbound 880 near the interchange with highway 92. a woman driving by stopped and got out to help. that's when a car slammed into her. she was thrown to the other side of the freeway and was killed. >> people's general nature is to help each other, but on the freeway, this time of night, you have to error on the side of caution. lot of people going on in drivers minds these days. so in t
makovec shows us the dramatic rescue from a firefighter's point of view and joins us with more from concord. >> reporter: these images were caught from the top of the firefighter's helmet like this one for the contra costa fire protection district. a little camera mounted there right on the rim. and normally, these cameras are used for training purposes. but this morning, they captured some amazing images of a rescue. these images were caught on a helmet cam worn by a firefighter who today can also be called a hero. you can see him making his way through this smoke filled hallway following the cries of an elderly woman who can't get out of her bed. he ends up carrying her to safety. >> it was awesome. you know? it's every firefighter's i guess dream is to make a difference in somebody else's life and to be able to jump in at that particular time and be able to do that and make a difference, it is great. >> reporter: there was another woman inside a hall. she was escorted out by firefighter nick long. neighbors called 911 after smelling smoke but not quite knowing where it was coming
at jack london square. more than a dozen people were hurt. alan wang is live at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two amtrak trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exactly this happened. for now alan wang r
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